The May problem is not really a problem (with just one solution), but more an abalone case study:
This position comes from the game 20543 – Gengis Khan / Caipirinha_Lover – Dutch daisy. Gengis Khan won 6-5 in 68 moves. You can see how viewing MiGs history.
This is the move 62, the score is 3-5, and it is White’s move.
The question is: could Caipirinha_Lover win the game, or at least get out of trouble?